Our last question asked: According to the Wall Street Journal and Grammerly, which MLB fan base is the worst at spelling and grammar? Well, that would be the Mets. Sorry, Mets fans!
Congratulations to Jeanne Kirk
for being the very first to get that right (and she adds, "as a Phillies fan I'm not surprised!"). Ouch! Honorable mentions belong to Ken Walker (who provides this handy chart
), Jason Hensel, Jim DeLa (who calls them "our brethren from Queens"), Carrie Gray, Dan Rosenbaum (who responds "meet the Mets. < sigh >"), Ron Casalotti (who adds these are the same fans (as well as others) who "refuse to believe that 'Mets is best' is proper grammar"), Brianne O'Donnell (whose answer is "Unfortunately, it's my team, the Mets. Can we get anything right?!"), Claudine Laforce and Hollywood Highlands for all getting that exactly right, too. Shout out to Tom Bastek, who answered, "I don't care if this is right. As a Yankee fan, it has to be Boston." Fair enough!
As for today's question, here it is: Today we are remembering Don Featherstone, who has died at age 79. What will Featherstone forever be remembered for inventing?
Click here to submit your answer to @MuckRack. IMPORTANT: If you choose not to click that link, please include the word "answer" in your tweet so we can find it (the link will automatically do so for you)!
We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily.